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Curious George on Hulu

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Anyone else’s little ones obsessed with Curious George?  Hudson sure is!  He loves anything and everything George and loves laughing along with the episodes.  We’re even thinking about a Curious George birthday for him this year.  He definitely takes after that calamity-causing monkey. πŸ˜‰

Curious George

The only problem with his love for Curious George was that I could never find it online for Hudson to watch.  Well those days are over!  Hulu is now the only streaming service that has all nine seasons of Curious George. We have wifi on our patio, so we just sign in to our Hulu account and stream an episode or two of our good friend George. 

Curious George

I let Hudson watch an episode or two while I get through my emails or try to get some blogging work done.  This kid is constantly on the go and this is the only way I can get him to sit down for a bit and relax!  Plus, it lets me get stuff done around the house: cook dinner, clean, answer some emails or maybe even just sit down for a minute or two.  And with a timeless classic like Curious George, I don’t have to worry about unseemly language or humor.

Do you love Curious George?  If so, what are your favorite episodes and why?

All 9 seasons of Curious George, as well as the animated film Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey, are now streaming only on Hulu.  As with all kids programming on Hulu, Curious George streams commercial-free.

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29 thoughts on “Curious George on Hulu”

  1. I used to love watching Curios George, I’m sure I would enjoy watching even now. It’s very cool that Hulu brought up this show.. πŸ™‚

  2. Bernadette Callahan

    My kids used to love Curious George. I did too growing up, I had the doll when I was younger. It is so awesome when I can share things I grew up with with my kids.

  3. Well, I don’t have kids, but my best friend does. I will let her know about Curious George! He seems very lovable! You don’t think by any chance I would be interested in watching it, do you? I mean, sometimes it’s very relaxing to watch a children’s movie. πŸ™‚

  4. My grand-daughter had a Curious George movie that we watched so many times, I think I had it memorized. She loved it!! I am glad it is now on Hulu for the times we are out and about and need some attitude control πŸ™‚

  5. Lawrence Hamilton

    Curious George is on Hulu! That is a Family Night right there. We all love Curious George!

  6. Can you get Hulu in Canada? I know that we can get netflix but not the american one.
    My girls are huge fans of that curious little monkey. Never a dull moment with George around!

  7. My kids love Curious George! We will usually just watch it on PBS, but that would be awesome to be able to stream it any time! Curious George is such a cute show, and I love that it teaches things kids can relate with . Thanks for sharing!

  8. My kids love to watch shows on Hulu b/c the seasons all run one into the other. I love to let them so I don’t have to get up and change the channel for them. πŸ˜‰

  9. My son (4) and daughter (2) love Curious George! I think my son on occasion acts just like George too! Causing mischief everywhere!

  10. My kids love Curious George! And so do I, which is nice πŸ™‚ I love that they keep coming out with movies too. My kids love the Boo Fest one around Halloween πŸ™‚

  11. To be honest, I really can’t remember Curious George. His character is very familiar and I’m sure he was one of the twins’ favorite characters before! I just can’t remember any of his shows. It’s nice to see that hulu has him though, I bet a lot of kids love him!

  12. I don’t have any kids but I actually really do love Curious George (and the Jack Johnson album that went with the movie)! That’s awesome it’s streaming on Hulu now, that makes life so much easier. πŸ™‚

  13. My son used to love Curious George. That’s sweet that Hudson found something to slow hiim down a bit. I like it when they’re that age, everything is go go go .

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